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Fungus on toe nails, green & loose growth on toe top. What can be that?

Hi, Ok so im a nail tech and I do pedicures. I just had a client in with fungus on all her toe nails . I advised her to see a podiatrist cause im not a doc but that didnt bother me as much as this growth of some sort on top of her 2nd toe. It was green and loose. Almost as if it looked like an insect digging in. She told me it hurt but it looked like I could ve just pulled it out it was so loose. WHAT IS THAT??
Asked On : Wed, 4 Jul 2012
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Hi...dear Bella.,
Thanks for choosing HCM..,
Green and loose nails indicate fungal infection...,
called ONYCHOMYCOSIS.......fungus....TENIA UNGUIM...,
The loose of nail called .....ONYCHOLYSIS...,
First removed damaged part as much as possible..,
Then second step is applying of LOCERYL drops on affected part..,
Tab Fluconazole 150 mg weekly once for 8 weeks..,
Dipping affected part into the salt water 20 mts every day..,
Answered: Fri, 20 Jul 2012
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